During this time, many of us were involved in starting the new Association for Health Services Research (AHSR
), and HSR was adopted as the "official journal" of the new Association.
That sort of line would cost $3.4 billion--double AHSR
's estimate--the report says.
The linkage will enable David Helms, Ph.D., the Alpha Center's current president, to serve as the chief executive officer of AHSR
while continuing to serve as president of the Alpha Center.
's Distinguished Investigator Award - now in its 11th year - recognizes individuals who, throughout their careers, have made outstanding contributions to the field of health services research.
At the 11th annual meeting of AHSR
and FHSR, health services researchers from a variety of disciplines will join public and private decisionmakers to discuss the cost, quality, and availability of health services.
In June 2000, the Board of Directors of the Association for Health Services Research (AHSR
), now the Academy for Health Services Research and Health Policy (the Academy), adopted a new definition for the field of health services research to reflect its continuing evolution and sophistication.
annual dues are currently $120, of which $38 is used to purchase a subscription to the Journal.
Tomorrow, Bill McInturff will present work he's doing for AHSR
on people's understanding of health services research.
An earlier version of the article, "Health Care for the Elderly Poor: Are We Going Forward or Backward?" was presented as part of a roundtable discussion during the 16th Annual AHSR
meeting in Chicago, June 1999.
The results were presented at the AHSR
National Meeting, June 29, 1999, Chicago IL.
I want to begin my remarks today with a few words about this past year at AHSR
. I never imagined doing this job without Alice Hersh, and indeed had a commitment from her not to leave the Association until my year as Past President was completed.
Presidential Address: Uninsured in an Era of Managed Care." Health Services Research 31 (6): 641-49.